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Posting of discounts and surcharges

Hello Friends,

I have the following scenario:

- I am using a condition type with 100% discount to reverse the calculation of a previous condition (say ZREV).

e.g.

Step1: PR00 > 11.00

Step 2: VAT (20%) > 0.72 (MWS)

Step 3: ZNET > 10.28 (ERL)

Step 4: komp-netwr > 10.28

Step 5: Z007 > -5.50 (ERS)

Step 6: komp-netwr = 4.78

Step 7: ZREV > 100% Discount on Z007 > 5.50 (ERS ??? GL Posting)

Step 8: komp-netwr = 10.28 (Correct value as per Step 4)

I have a question regarding GL posting of ZREV condition in step 7. I see it as a offsetting entry. What kind of account should this be posted to? As this will appear in the accounting document. Its something I cannot avoid since the condition is not statistical.

Any suggestions? Or if there is any other way to achieve the same.

Hope I have been able to explain with the right example.

Thanks and Kind regards

SSH

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  • Former Member

    Hi Kamlesh,

    PR00 is already inclusive of tax 11.00 and is net of any discounts.

    Step 2 represents the VAT amount and Step 3 the excl. amount.

    Step 5 is needed because I want to make a GL posting for the discount.

    I am reversing the discount with 100% discount because I want to retain the komp-netwr value of 10.28. If i don't do this the value will change.

    I cannot set any of the conditions as statistical because otherwise postings cannot be made. There is an option to set the conditions as accruals but that is not desired.

    FI, head wants the discount to be posted but the offset entry of 100% discount which must also be posted is the one in question. So wanted to get some thoughts in case anyone has encountered this scenario and the kind of postings they were using.

    Regards

    SSH

  • Hi,

    Would you please tell why do you want to reverse this condition type? As the value of this condition can be seen in step 5.

    What kind of account should this be posted to? As this will appear in the accounting document

    Have you discussed this with FI Consultant or Finance Head ?

    Regards

    Kamlesh

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  • Jan 11 at 07:12 AM
    What kind of account should this be posted to?

    Perhaps, you should have discussed this with your client and FI consultants. From SAP point of view, whatever G/L you assign in VKOA, system would post to that account.

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